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October 10, 2004
Basic Cable Bonanza
Little-watched Sundance Channel is starting to become one of our favorite places to burn time. First, we just discovered they're broadcasting the video of Al Franken's radio talk show. The actual action is pretty boring, but you can just turn it on and listen. Still it's highly recommended for folks with a forebrain.
But what's gonna literally rock is this Monday's "National Anthem: Inside the Vote for Change Concert Tour," which includes performances by
Dave Matthews Band
Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds
(Sorry, we're not hiding links for all those guys, go find them for yourselves!)
Set the recorders, it's 315 minutes long (sounds like Peter Jackson directed, eh?) Starts with the behind the scenes documentary, which is followed by the final live concert from Washington D.C.
We're guessing the seats reserved for the Bush family will be up for grabs in case you're in the neighborhood.
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